One of the great features of Zoom meetings (yes they were one of the first to offer this) is the ability to split participant into smaller meetings.
When I participated in a worldwide conference organised by Seth Godin we were 3,000 participants, then moved to sub-meetings of 100 and then split into breakout rooms every 5 minutes and it was incredible for creativity and conversations.
As an instructor, I use breakout rooms a lot so that my students can work with a partner just like they would if they were sitting next to each other in physically. And not just pair, I sometimes create a group of 3 or 5 so that they can have a good brainstorming, as opposed to 20 persons in the main virtual classroom.
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